Veteran actor Anupam Kher shared an endearing moment with Akshay Kumar ahead of watching 'Oh My God 2' (OMG 2). Anupam stepped out with his mother, Dulaari, to witness the spectacle on the silver screen, and the journey didn't stop there. After experiencing the film, Anupam took to his Instagram to offer his thoughts, describing OMG 2 as a "spectacular, stylish, and very important film of our times."
The heartwarming image of Akshay Kumar planting a kiss on Anupam Kher's forehead captured their genuine camaraderie and the respect that exists between these two stalwarts. With the picture he penned a lengthy note that read, "Just finished watching #OMG2. Spectacular, stylish & a Very important film of our times. A film on #SexEducation with ease and wonderful aesthetics! It was houseful. Saw parents with their teenage children. Obviously the film has struck a chord with the audiences! Full marks to writer/director #AmitRai. @TripathiiPankaj is BRILLIANT. He makes acting look easy but I know there is huge preparation behind it. @yamigautam is beautifully sharp & excellent. I loved #PavanMalhotra as the judge. The film’s star undoubtedly is my friend & #GOAT𓃵 @akshaykumar ! His Mahadev is so effortless and charming. My mother kept saying, कितने सुंदर है शिवजी महाराज! It is an amazing feeling to see that the magic of actors of 90s @iamsunnydeol @iamsrk @akshaykumar is limitless. Jai Ho! 😍🙌."ALSO READ: Akshay Kumar's boat adventure with daughter Nitara is the cutest clip on the internet today - Watch
Anupam Kher's review also paid homage to the magic of actors from the 90s, such as Akshay Kumar, Sunny Deol, and Shah Rukh Khan, emphasizing their timeless charisma and the enduring impact they continue to have on audiences.
OMG 2, which premiered in theaters on August 11, has garnered attention not only for its content but also for its certification. The film was initially rated with an "A" certificate by the Central Board of Certification, restricting it to adult audiences. In recent weeks, voices within the industry have risen to advocate for changing the certification to "U/A," allowing children below 12 to watch the film under parental guidance.ALSO READ: Sikandar Kher turns 42: Anupam Kher's heartfelt birthday wishes and Kirron Kher's loving throwback